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"Are we in a market bubble or not? I don't know. I'm silent on it," the former Microsoft CEO tells CNBC.
Markets are back to favoring Wall Street stocks over Main Street stocks as financials boom and retail are pulverized.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
JPMorgan says Boeing still has room to grow despite its 33 percent gain this year.
A bevy of big banks is set to report earnings next week, and equity strategist Matt Maley will be watching the market reaction very closely.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
One trader believes the market is about to break out to new highs.
Second-quarter earnings season kicks off, and the bulk of the growth will come from a select few sectors.
Jim Cramer explains why the tides may not be turning for retail just yet.
Jim Cramer admits he was too eager about the stock of Alder BioPharmaceuticals, which just took a huge hit.
Jim Cramer compares the businesses of Herman Miller and Steelcase to see which furniture producer comes out on top.
Jim Cramer tracks the action in the stock market's underdogs and explains how they restore trust in the rally.
The sector's recent rally signals a belief that a GOP alternative will essentially be a "renaming" of ACA, far from a "repeal and replace" of it.
Rupert Murdoch will not make concessions to fast-track his takeover offer for Sky News.
Energy stocks could rally again this year as drillers continue to tap credit markets and private equity, according to Nasdaq's Tamar Essner.
Companies in line to bring home trillions in cash stored overseas would use the windfall primarily to pay down debt, according to a survey.
Ned Davis Research finds that when a measure of political disagreement rises above 100, the S&P 500 tends to gain significantly.
The Fed chair doesn't share the same enthusiasm as the Trump administration about the economy.
When the Snap lockup ends, insiders who got a crack at the IPO won't sell the stock, Cramer says.
Jefferies research expects a bump in Activision earnings following the sale of seven $20 million Overwatch teams to leading sports figures.
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